Antonio Berardi said that he wanted to “inject an element of sculpture” into his pre-fall collection. That translated into pieces that riffed on the designer’s signature strong-shouldered silhouette, done in a noirish palette of gray, black and camel, with flashes of orange and tomato red. Coats and jackets, worked in luxurious fabrics such as double cashmere and bouclé wool, looked as if they were molded to create a modern, cocoon-like silhouette. A more glam take on the look came in a floor-length black gown, embellished with organza and crystal embroidery, and accessorized with edgy elbow-length leather gloves and a patent leather belt.

Antonio Berardi said that he wanted to “inject an element of sculpture” into his pre-fall collection. That translated into pieces that riffed on the designer’s signature strong-shouldered silhouette, done in a noirish palette of gray, black and camel, with flashes of orange and tomato red. Coats and jackets, worked in luxurious fabrics such as double cashmere and bouclé wool, looked as if they were molded to create a modern, cocoon-like silhouette. A more glam take on the look came in a floor-length black gown, embellished with organza and crystal embroidery, and accessorized with edgy elbow-length leather gloves and a patent leather belt.

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